10/17/2019

CGTech Appoints Global Business Development Manager

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Mark Forth has more than 25 years of industry experience, including work at Autodesk.

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CGTech has hired Mark Forth to be Global Business Development Manager. He has over 25 years of experience in the CAD/CAM industry, during which time he has held roles at Delcam and Autodesk within applications, sales, product management, marketing and business development. At CGTech, he will be responsible for driving strategy, business performance and partnership development. Mr. Forth lives in the United Kingdom with his family.

“I am delighted to join CGTech and their fantastic team who are helping manufacturing companies, machine tool builders and technical partners to simulate, optimize and verify their wide range of production processes,” Mr. Forth says. “Being able to accurately represent the virtual world as close to the real world is essential for companies attempting to digitalize their businesses.”

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